Robert Morris University (RMU) seeks to provide a high quality professional education to students seeking preparation for careers in health-related fields. Over the next 25 years, the aging of the baby boomers will both increase the demand for health care and create a reduction in the number of health care professionals through retirement.
The Department of Health Sciences offers two outstanding bachelor degree (BS) programs and a Master of Science (MS) program. These programs prepare graduates for careers in the rapidly changing health care industry.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Health Services Administration degree program is designed to prepare students to become leaders of institutions that provide health care services to residents of the Western Pennsylvania region and beyond.
The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Nuclear Medicine Technology combines chemistry, physics, mathematics, computer technology and medicine in using radioactivity to diagnose and treat some diseases. Graduates from this program are in high demand and work in health care agencies in a variety of settings.
The Master of Science Degree in Health Services Administration (MSHSA) focuses on the latest techniques in management, strategic planning, organizational leadership, communication, budgeting and finance, research and evaluation and other disciplines to put you on the path to promotion.